RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's former Minister of Justice Sérgio Moro said in an interview with the British newspaper Financial Times that the government of Jair Bolsonaro used his presence in the cabinet as an excuse to demonstrate that anti-corruption measures were being implemented. The ex-Minister said that the government was not doing much, and that this agenda has suffered setbacks since 2018 when Bolsonaro was elected.
"One of the reasons I left the government was that not much was being done (for the anti-corruption agenda)," Moro told the paper. "They were using my presence . . .